Three students from the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling received awards at the Graduate Student Senate Awards Ceremony and Breakfast on April 4, 2018.
Jennifer Moralejo | Excellence in Teaching
Jennifer is a PhD Candidate in the Counselor Education program and a Graduate Teaching Associate for COUN 480 – Skills for Counseling. She said, “I am honored by this award, it is rewarding to be recognized for something you truly enjoy. The department faculty have been excellent mentors and role models in teaching. It has been an honor to learn from them and have them be such a huge part of my development as an instructor.”
This award is given to graduate teaching assistants/associates for extraordinary performance in teaching.
Erin Garty | Excellence in Service
Erin is a PhD Student in the Learning Environments and Educational Studies program and has been working with UT Service-Learning since 2014 and has served on the Graduate Student Advisory Board the last two years. She said, “I am grateful for this award. It’s wonderful to receive recognition for meaningful work.”
This award is presented to graduate students who are extraordinary campus leaders or participate in service learning and other community initiatives.
Kala Taylor | Excellence in Research
Kala is a PhD Candidate in the School Psychology program and focuses her research on reading interventions and diversity issues. She said, “I am honored to receive this award, and so grateful for the strong mentors who have encouraged me to grow as a researcher during my time at UT.”
This award is presented to graduate students who have received national and/or international recognition in their fields and show professional promise in their areas of research and creative achievement.